WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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The problem our country has is too many do-nothing Democrats in the House. It’s our fault; we elected them. There are people who were working for no pay during the government shutdown and then … more
If Kermit the Frog thinks being green is tough, he ought to try hopping in the shoes of old white men. Progressive-liberal misandrists want to suspend civil rights so women can level charges of … more
We read your recent letter critical of your Democratic opponent, incumbent Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield. As friends who have known Jean for many years, we write to set the record straight with … more
I’d like to address a topic that’s never discussed. Many elderly and disabled people and veterans, I’m sure, will agree. They are doing without after working hard all their lives while many … more
I usually watch NBC Nightly News every night — not so much as to get the news; more for amusement. It should be named the Trump Bashing Show, because you can count on a lengthy tirade each night of … more
I am fed up with hearing from Joe Scarborough and other Republicans saying what a great president Ronald Reagan was. In my view, Reagan was the worst thing that could happen to the American working … more
On Sept. 17, 1918, the formal opening of the State Home and Industrial School for Girls (Samarcand Manor) took place. Until its closing in 2011, Samarcand ministered to the spiritual, academic and … more
Vidant Healthplex-Wilson is officially open for business. We cut the ribbon on Thursday and celebrated the great work required on behalf of many to get us to this point. We are excited to open this … more
Re: “Who are America’s true traitors?” by Mark Levin, Friday: Jan. 25 was the morning your letter appeared attacking Deborah Baro. I could not be more elated, as it is the same date of the … more
Participating in athletics is an important part of the overall school experience for many students in Wilson County Schools. Beginning at the middle-school level and culminating with the final game … more
Re: “Three sentenced in drug conspiracy,” news story, Dec. 15: I continue to be encouraged when reading about the three people recently sentenced on federal drug charges. Hopefully there will … more
I would like to know: Don’t people have anything better to do than sit around and worry and gripe about statues that don’t do anything but just sit or stand? What’s the worry? They need to … more
“Another young woman was murdered by an illegal in Iowa, in the middle of our country! I am asking you: Why you will not support securing our borders by building a wall? Do you leave your front … more
Re: “Benghazi, Uranium One ‘scandals’ discredited,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Aug. 2: Nick, I’m surprised you would stoop to such a low level as to have to use terms such as … more
Thank you, John McCain — a true patriot on many fronts! Bill Jeffrey Wilson more
The current Wilson County Board of Education passed a restrictive public comment policy that limits the public from speaking during monthly board meetings. We, as parents, teachers, school … more
Re: “Trump a disgrace to the American presidency,” by William T. “Nick” Smith, Sept. 3: Congratulations, Nick, you have reached a new pinnacle of hatred and done so with very few words. … more
Is this the redesigned turn from Nash Street to College Drive at the entrance to St. Therese/Barton College and the newly constructed pedestrian crossing we were promised four years ago? Both … more
If you were watching The History Channel last week, the events in Chapel Hill looked eerily like the events used to bring Lenin, Stalin and Hitler to power. Reminiscent of the KKK, law enforcement … more
Thank you to The Wilson Times for your editorial regarding the school board and citizens’ right to speak. I am a new resident of Wilson and a retired career educator. In all my years in education, … more
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